And Church Lay Silent

By Mayan Godmaire It  lay in the grass.  From  the other side of the rutted road, it appeared to sleep. The plants flourished around it, nourished, it seemed, by its presence. Beneath my own feet the harsh beige stalks of winter wheat sprouted grimly. I was transfixed. My gaze, glassed over, searched the  naked thingContinue reading “And Church Lay Silent”

Update for Creations 2020

Dear readers, The times we are living in are quite strange, but that certainly doesn’t mean that we are going to give up on this wonderful publication! We will be publishing online as well as sending out print copies to the contributors. We are also hoping to host a virtual launch and reading towards the endContinue reading “Update for Creations 2020”

“Snow Was General All Over Ireland”: The Identities of Joyce’s Dubliners

As part of the Literature Profile Integrating Activity course, students write a 10-page paper. These two excellent papers, by Genevieve Daigle and Eric Neilson, are the presentation versions delivered at the Literature Profile Conference. This year’s conference programme appears in the final pages of this journal. Written by: Eric Neilson James Joyce’s 1914 short storyContinue reading ““Snow Was General All Over Ireland”: The Identities of Joyce’s Dubliners”

A Feminist Defense of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew

As part of the Literature Profile Integrating Activity course, students write a 10-page paper. These two excellent papers, by Genevieve Daigle and Eric Neilson, are the presentation versions delivered at the Literature Profile Conference. This year’s conference programme appears in the final pages of this journal. Written by: Genevieve Daigle To our modern social sensibilities,Continue reading “A Feminist Defense of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew”